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The plans for the southern portion call for roughly 17 km. of track – 2.5 km. in Tel Aviv, 4.2 km. in Rishon Lezion, and 10.3 km. in Holon.
The rail’s red line, which is projected to be completed in six years, is expected to eventually be a boon to the surrounding businesses.
The Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce presented Joint List MK Dov Hanin with a bill to remunerate the businesses.
Tel Aviv business owners fear the worst as light rail construction is set to begin.
By BEN HARTMAN
On any given day between 500,000 and 600,000 cars enter Tel Aviv.
With some 200 businesses adjacent to the Red Line’s construction path, owners are bracing for considerable economic loss due to an onslaught of rerouting.
By JULIE STEIGERWALD
While Jerusalem and Haifa have both recently received positive updates to their transit systems, Tel Aviv still has not upgraded its mass transit system.
By SHARON UDASIN
THE light rail in Tel Aviv
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF,JPOST IVRIT STAFF
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
After a century of failed planning, Tel Aviv makes way for a metro system in a brave effort to finally seize its future.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
"My biorhythms adapted to the train schedule – and I realized I was enjoying this way of reaching my destination."
By PATRICIA CARMEL
As the dig begins, ‘Metro’ presents Part II in the continuing saga of construction of the Tel Aviv light rail.
By CARL HOFFMAN
Tel Aviv light rail is one more proof that government shouldn’t be in the business of urban projects.
By ELIE KIRSHENBAUM
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